I make no excuse for this piece of flagrant trumpet blowing. Eric Meyer writes:
How have I gone this long without encountering Clagnut ? It’s the kind of design that I can sort of vaguely see in my head when I sit down to do something, but when I do it, the end result is never as good as I thought it would be. Richard Rutter apparently has the ability to see things clearly from the start, and carry them through until they’re done so that they look as good, or better, when finished.
This is praise indeed from a man as influential as Eric. Eric goes on to say that he sees
some rendering differences between browsers due to box model problems; regular readers will know I’ve already mentioned these problems with IE6/Win. They have been addressed in the reformulation of clagnut, which I am planning to release this weekend with much improved markup and rationalized style sheets.